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Old 19th August 2015, 15:01   #2
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And that is all the information you could provide? How about telling us which key you want to access, which version of NSIS and Windows you are using? Some example code?

You are not supposed to access the wow6432node key directly, it is a Windows implementation detail. You can use the SetRegView instruction to select which part of the registry you want to access but the 32-bit node is the default so it should work out of the box. Using Process Monitor from Microsoft is also useful in these situations...

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